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EAUC Gold Company Member Computer Disposals Limited (CDL) collects redundant IT and WEEE equipment from Nottingham Trent and Loughborough Universities. Read the case studies.
Ben Tongue, Healthy Environment Manager, University of Bradford emailed the Members’ network asking, “Would anyone be able to recommend a WEEE collection...
EAUC Member responses about whether power leads, video and ethernet cables should be considered WEEE.
A guide about batteries which are becoming an increasingly common power source for a wide range of appliances for both domestic and institutional appliance use.
A case study from Jisc about how WEEE Regulations stimulated NTU to reduce the amount of waste generated and to manage the residue more effectively.
A case study from City and Islington College, which donates its old computers to developing countries via the charity Computer Aid.
ICT (or e-Waste) at your institution, an EAUC Insight Guide, provides useful information on e-waste, covering a number of areas such as regulations, storing, recycling and...